Scarves Scarf of The Day 2023- Which Hermès scarf are you wearing today?

Maedi

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Sotd. I’m not sure I like a new realization I made today due to the fact that it now means I could technically buy more csgms because I could wear them more often over all my chunky sweaters. Realization is that I can wear csgms just as accessories thrown over a sweater/coat and don’t have to be “styled” like a 90 or even care so much about colors by my face complimenting my complexion. So…..basically I am TOTALLY screwed now:whiteflag:
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Not screwed but free to wear GMs leisurely. This looks AMAZING on you!
 

Lellabelle

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Oh boy. This may have unlocked something I can’t contain haha. We shall see. I am REALLY smitten w rayures scsgm in pink/blue. It’s such a cool vibe.
I restricted my csgm’s for cost per wear being so low because I have such a hefty winter wardrobe I rarely used them. I guess I was just thinking of them as utilitarian for warmth with added benefit of colorful style. I am cuckoo obviously for not seeing this sooner haha. I have 7, we’ll see if it grows :graucho:
They’re a great three season layer. Just go with a lighter weight top in the spring and fall ;). I love them over a basic tee and jeans, which brings the cost per wear down a lot… ;)
 

Coco2606

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Thank you all for the awesome mod shots and closeups and most of all pet pix! Tomorrow we’re broadening our ‘paws’ theme to cover other furbabies and scalebabies and featherbabies (Bobbie, get ready for your star turn!). Dogs and cats and bunnies are not the only four-legged household companions, after all!
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Stylehound

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And, here is my darling Gentleman Dog… my dear Luke
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Here’s another pic with his sister, Heidi, who passed away last September
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And, here is my SOTD! A much awaited scarf mail! Quadrige giant triangle
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Luc has the most soulful eyes- a real smart darling! So sorry for your loss of lovely Heidi.
Your Quadridge is a stopper!
Good afternoon, Pet Lovers! It is Mardi Gras Season in New Orleans and in just under ten days I will be back in town and ready to mask up (in the best way) for parades and parties and king cake galore. Today my SOTD is Colliers de Chiens-- a scarf full of much fancier dog collars than my pets normally wear, but here is a photo of my two beloved Portuguese Water Dogs (of blessed memory) at our last Mardi Gras together in 2020 before the Covid-Apocalypse. They were always the best sports and ready for anything. Pure joy.
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The two angels! Cherished memories. The pups in scarves seem to know how adorable they are!

After 10 days toiling over an appeallate brief and further deteriorating my eyesight reading a voluminous record, I was seeing red, and so I wear it. Mediterrane, 90 cm with a red contrast hem. No canines et carré in my collex, and no bunnies or other mammals other than those that Oliver may have stashed in Texas Wildlife.

From I friend, I understand a Welsh Terrier was in the Westminster Dog Show. My boy Ike is perpetually miffed that he never got to play in the big leagues, but the food's better here, and he's got endless venues in which to snooze or survey his domain.



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Ike looks like a major player and a winner!
 

xincinsin

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It rained every day before and during the Lunar New Year. So today, I'm bundled up for warmth in Bajtlik's Les As du Volant. Kluska is somewhere in this demolition derby melee.
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My fave doggy scarf: Poiret's Pekinois. IRL I have never had a small dog. DH was partial to huskies.
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And the tale of Table. She appeared a few years ago, meowing every evening for food at the Opposite Neighbour's gate. One night, ON was out and she meowed at me when I happened to step out for my evening walk. I gave her a handful of kibble. After that, she would come to our gate for a 2nd round of dinner every night. I never let her through the gate because Neighbour's Cat was in residence and very territorial. They hissed at each other through the fence.

After my evening walk, I would deliberately pause outside the gate to cool down. We would pretend not to notice each other. I'd drop some kibble near my foot and she would suspiciously creep over. After some weeks, she would rub herself against my calf in greeting, but hiss if I tried to touch her. I would look down at her and she would be this rectangular block of fur on 4 stubby legs. Hence the name Table :biggrin: After Neighbour's Cat went over the rainbow bridge, Table moved in and is now best friends with DS1. Here she is, doing the glamcat pose.
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Lellabelle

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Okay, monster quote ahead as there is an absolute abundance of furry, fluffy, loveliness today and yesterday! I think I’ve got everyone, but if I have missed any of the fur or feather babies, I apologize in advance. They are all adorable and it’s such a sweet treat to ‘meet’ them all here :heart::heart::heart:

A pic of Table - overhead view showing her rectangular figure :giggle: Also, there are entire websites devoted to the loaf form of dogs and cats. I just discovered them today! And fell off my chair when I saw this photo of an extremely loaflike corgi!
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Table is a very appropriate moniker!

Cave Felem ... In my dreams...
Seriously
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That expression is priceless :lol: Beautiful, and so patient!

Hooray kitties!!!! I give you Hermès Story and Toits de Paris. And the real deal….

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beautiful scarves, @Pirula and the real deal is even more precious!

And, here are my two beloved kitty cats…
Ponki
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And, Mimi
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And, my SOTD last Friday to attend a Seraphic Fire concert… Tapis Persans worn with my new Gerda Lynggaard for Monies necklace
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Ponki and Mimi are looking very regal, as are you, @Living.la.vida.fifi! That necklace is incredible! :faint:

Thank you @Lellabelle and so glad to hear your big guy is doing all right and giving kisses. Mastiffs are such loving gentle giants. I thought my newfie was a big girl at 130 pounds / 60 kilos.
Thank you @EtsyBoss. He’s a giant teddy bear. Who has been bigger than me since he was six months old! He still thinks he’s a baby and is very generous with his kisses :lol:

@Lellabelle - Thank you for this post! Nice touch with the spoiler feature!
most welcome @Naessi . The first time I tried to find them all it took forever! I've gotten quicker, and am happy to share. it was a welcome distraction yesterday.

Oh you must have been terrified :shocked: Elsa and Maple send lickeykisses for a speedy recovery
thank you so much @Snausages , Elsa and Maple! Ours to you too. Yes, I've been overwhelmed with worry for the last few days, but he’s eaten a little bit of roast chicken today, which is good. He’s obviously very sore, but bearing it well. He’s such a sweet boy xxx

This is one of the so charming aspects of his work! I don’t believe Kluska is in VE. A friend met him and he drew a Kluska in one of the carriages on her VE and signed it.

Jan Bajtlik also wrote and illustrated a children’s book of Greek Mythology - I’ve not hunted in it for Kluska yet!
And, now I love JB even more!
Elsa chasing Maple chasing a ball.

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And so, my Silken Sisters and Brothers, I ask you to show me your pups! Bonus points for showing your real life doggaroonis!
oh my goodness, Elsa and Maple are just gorgeous, @Snausages ! Such beautiful happy faces :smile:. So glad you found each other xoxoxo

Ask, and you shall receive. I’ll post a pic of my sweetie at the end ;)

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I’m so glad he’s doing well.
Sending you both hugs, and Coco sends smooches.
Thank you so much, @Cookiefiend and Coco! Smooches received with thanks. Right back at you ;)

I have fond memories of growing up with Scottish Terriers.
I've positioned a recently completed Scottie & Westie cross stitch fridge magnet alongside the cute dog on Les Boxes

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Huskies feature on Shackleton
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also on LVdGN
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Les Cheyennes
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Grail alert! Scotties are sweet, quirky little dogs and always full of character. Your cross stitch is a perfect match with the scarf!

SOTD for me is Peuple Du Vent which is full of all range of animal friends, mostly furry though some feathered and some scaled. I could not find a bunny. My favorites on it today are a dog, an organ grinder / working monkey (Monkeys!), and a cat.

My newfie briefly joined me in my office this morning where I have the fireplace cranked because it's such a cold day here. She pressed her nose against the cold window as long as possible before she gave up after about 2 minutes and requested an 'out' to lounge on the freezing cold concrete instead. Thank you for sharing your *gorgeous* colorway of Early America @Croisette7! I always love seeing the girl riding the giant fluffy dog along the border. Newfies must be the dog featured on Early America. It makes me giggle recollecting all the many people who have commented about how you could 'put a saddle on that one!' Newfies are working dogs, bred to rescue people who fell overboard boats in the icy water surrounding Newfoundland, Canada.

And @Snausages! Your field spaniel scarf is another design I always enjoy seeing. My doggo before my newfies was an all black field spaniel. Happy memories!


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beautiful shawl, but your Newfie girl completely steals the show! I love Newfs; they have the sweetest temperaments and do look like playful black bears! She’s a beauty indeed. Those eyes! :loveeyes:

Thank you so much for all the kind comments… And, dear @Lellabelle, I am so glad that all went well for your baby!
Thank you so much, dear @Living.la.vida.fifi . I really appreciate your kind comments. We adore him and I'm so relieved he’s home. He’s just a wonderful boy and we’re so lucky to have him in our lives.

It’s true - I love dogs.
I grew up with cats (parakeets, raccoons, Guinea pigs, and hamsters have all been pets), as my father didn’t like dogs, and I love cats too - but dogs? I just love them - but especially my own Coco.
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me too! I‘ve had all kinds of pets. furred, feathered and scaled! Coco is so beautiful. Please send her our love too!

And, here is my darling Gentleman Dog… my dear Luke
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Here’s another pic with his sister, Heidi, who passed away last September
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Luke is such a sweetie, and what a lovely picture with his sister Heidi. Sorry to hear of your loss. They bring so much joy in the time we share with them and leave a hole in our hearts and lives when they pass. Sending our love to you all and ear rubs and belly cuddles for your little gentleman, too xx


Good afternoon, Pet Lovers! It is Mardi Gras Season in New Orleans and in just under ten days I will be back in town and ready to mask up (in the best way) for parades and parties and king cake galore. Today my SOTD is Colliers de Chiens-- a scarf full of much fancier dog collars than my pets normally wear, but here is a photo of my two beloved Portuguese Water Dogs (of blessed memory) at our last Mardi Gras together in 2020 before the Covid-Apocalypse. They were always the best sports and ready for anything. Pure joy.
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‘pure joy’ sums up this picture perfectly, dear @LKBNOLA. What a wonderful photo and precious memories indeed. Their Mardi Gras collars are so much fun and they look ready to party with mum! Sending much love and puppy kisses to you and the newest furry family member. They really are a blessing. Xoxoxo

After 10 days toiling over an appeallate brief and further deteriorating my eyesight reading a voluminous record, I was seeing red, and so I wear it. Mediterrane, 90 cm with a red contrast hem. No canines et carré in my collex, and no bunnies or other mammals other than those that Oliver may have stashed in Texas Wildlife.

From I friend, I understand a Welsh Terrier was in the Westminster Dog Show. My boy Ike is perpetually miffed that he never got to play in the big leagues, but the food's better here, and he's got endless venues in which to snooze or survey his domain.

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Ike is a lovely boy and looks like he’s enjoying the sunshine a whole lot more than he would get to in his native Wales ;). You don’t see many Welsh terriers around; is he a rarity where you are? Thanks for sharing, he looks like a thoughtful little chap, and I’m sure he is most definitely lord of his domain.

And this is my family's dog...Rushie! She lives with my mom because I can't bring her over to my flat. She's not quite as terrifying as Cerberus.

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oh, Rushie is adorable though, which trumps terrifying anytime ;). And the snoring is hilarious (I am assuming she does, as every pug I have ever met does!). Our boy is a EPIC snorer. You can hear him from the other side of the house…

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Lovely. And in an Hermes box too? Clearly a kittie of taste and distinction ;)

Oh to have a dog big enough to ride!
haha, yes. The bigger the better! We only have the one now as his brother passed a few years ago, but we used to have two. When you are greeted by a combined 350lbs of love, you KNOW you are loved! :heart:
I hope your doggie’s surgery went well, dear @Lellabelle!
Fingers and paws crossed for your boy in our home!
Thank you so much @Stylehound ! The kind thoughts and wishes from all here have been such a comfort. Sending love and snuggles to your dear pup, too! Please post a pic if you like. Xoxo
Squeeeeee Coco! That scallop jacquard is divine. But Coco asked me to tell you she’d like to be more involved in your scarf drawer
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and, Coco is a terrific scarf model too! You have been upstaged, Cookie, and from that sweet smile I think she knows it ;)


I hope I haven’t missed anyone, but wanted to thank everyone again for your kind thoughts and wishes. It has meant so much to me. My gentle giant is home, and recovering with lots of love and many (gentle) cuddles. Not exactly a glamour pic, as he is still loopy from the meds, but here’s our sweet bear wearing one of his daddy’s hoodies, to keep him warm and keep him away from his stitches
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Lellabelle

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It rained every day before and during the Lunar New Year. So today, I'm bundled up for warmth in Bajtlik's Les As du Volant. Kluska is somewhere in this demolition derby melee.
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My fave doggy scarf: Poiret's Pekinois. IRL I have never had a small dog. DH was partial to huskies.
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And the tale of Table. She appeared a few years ago, meowing every evening for food at the Opposite Neighbour's gate. One night, ON was out and she meowed at me when I happened to step out for my evening walk. I gave her a handful of kibble. After that, she would come to our gate for a 2nd round of dinner every night. I never let her through the gate because Neighbour's Cat was in residence and very territorial. They hissed at each other through the fence.

After my evening walk, I would deliberately pause outside the gate to cool down. We would pretend not to notice each other. I'd drop some kibble near my foot and she would suspiciously creep over. After some weeks, she would rub herself against my calf in greeting, but hiss if I tried to touch her. I would look down at her and she would be this rectangular block of fur on 4 stubby legs. Hence the name Table :biggrin: After Neighbour's Cat went over the rainbow bridge, Table moved in and is now best friends with DS1. Here she is, doing the glamcat pose.
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Yup - you belong to Table now!
 

Coco2606

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Oct 28, 2022
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It rained every day before and during the Lunar New Year. So today, I'm bundled up for warmth in Bajtlik's Les As du Volant. Kluska is somewhere in this demolition derby melee.
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My fave doggy scarf: Poiret's Pekinois. IRL I have never had a small dog. DH was partial to huskies.
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And the tale of Table. She appeared a few years ago, meowing every evening for food at the Opposite Neighbour's gate. One night, ON was out and she meowed at me when I happened to step out for my evening walk. I gave her a handful of kibble. After that, she would come to our gate for a 2nd round of dinner every night. I never let her through the gate because Neighbour's Cat was in residence and very territorial. They hissed at each other through the fence.

After my evening walk, I would deliberately pause outside the gate to cool down. We would pretend not to notice each other. I'd drop some kibble near my foot and she would suspiciously creep over. After some weeks, she would rub herself against my calf in greeting, but hiss if I tried to touch her. I would look down at her and she would be this rectangular block of fur on 4 stubby legs. Hence the name Table :biggrin: After Neighbour's Cat went over the rainbow bridge, Table moved in and is now best friends with DS1. Here she is, doing the glamcat pose.
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Bunnies in the shirt too !
 
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